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This is a discussion on New 06 WRX within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; i bought mine brand new with 10 miles on it.. september 19th, 2006...

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    i bought mine brand new with 10 miles on it.. september 19th, 2006

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    yeah i love the looks!
    mine dosnt say wrx on it so everyone tries to figure out if its a wrx or an sti.
    how does a new exhaust, high flow intake, and guages sound? thats what im looking at buying as of right now..

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    Very Niiiice
    I personally wouldn't get a new intake
    Just get a drop in filter (K/N)
    and do the intake silencer delete (search that bad boy)
    Oh, and mines debadged too (it's the cool way to go)
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    the first thing i would suggest if you haven't already done so is get new tires. the RE92's are garbage.

    IMO, suspension is the first thing that needs to be worked on. after that brakes, and then finally power mods.

    i don't do this often so you're lucky...so here goes...

    TIRES
    swaybars and rear endlinks
    springs
    ss brake lines and upgraded brake pads
    guages
    stage 1 reflash
    tbe/stage 2 reflash (start saving extra cash for tranny)
    turbo/intercooler
    protune

    <<insert another i blew my tranny thread on clubwrx.net>>

    ppg gear set or sti tranny swap

    in that exact order, end of story.



    edit:your car is what my car use to look like
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    ok thanks. seems like alot, how much did that all cost you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tay115 View Post
    ok thanks. seems like alot, how much did that all cost you?

    i'm not saying you need to strictly follow that list, thats just the ideal mod path IMO.

    search the vendors forum and for sale forum you'll get prices for all items.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tay115 View Post
    Wassup everyone i just got a 06' WRX less than a week ago. im a new wrx driver and i wanted to know what would be some good parts for the wrx. im already planning on buying a new exhust,air flow intake, and waste gauge. what do you all suggest? anything at all would be useful.
    -thanks
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